Pertamina to Spend $2 Billion on Indonesia's Gas Infrastructure

PT Pertamina plans to spend almost $2 billion over the next three years on Indonesia’s gas related infrastructure.

The company plans to spend on the Arun regasification plant in Aceh, Sumatra, and also on the construction of pipeline and onshore gas facilities in West Java.

Pertamina said on its website that it has received full support from government and BPMigas to continue the project plans for the construction of gas infrastructure, especially for the revitalisation of the assets of Arun and the FSRU in Central Java.

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